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October 01, 2015
Let's face it. There have been thousands upon thousands of students who have been asked to write a Romeo and Juliet essay. One can't help but wonder if instructors get tired of reading these essays year after year. As we discussed this in our offices, we all agreed that it seems quite tedious to us. Unfortunately for students, the more tedious instructors find it to read an essay, the more likely they are to grade using harsh standards. This means that small mistakes can cost important points. If you want to avoid this, you'll need to make sure your essay on this famous play by Shakespeare as interesting as you possibly can. You can do this by picking out a great topic, and by kicking off your essay with a great hook.
An essay hook is something that you place at the beginning of your introductory paragraph that will grab your reader's attention. It could be a quote, a story, a joke, or an interesting fact. For example, you could begin your essay with a quote from the play, or an interesting fact about Shakespeare. You could even tell a brief story about a well-known portrayal or adaptation of the play. The point is to pique the interest of whomever is reading.
The more interesting the topic you choose for your essay, the more enjoyable it will be for others to read. Here are a few ideas:
Now that you have suggestions for opening your essay, and a few topic ideas, you are ready to begin writing. If you still don't feel as if you are well prepared to write your essay, you are still good to go. All you need to do is contact us, and we will help you write a great essay on Romeo and Juliet or any other Shakespearean play.